As we previously reported, Tegan Nox was injured during her match against Rhea Ripley in the Mae Young Classic.

Nox took to her Twitter account to share an update following the injury:

“This isn’t how I planned to finish the Mae Young Classic in any shape or form but the last 2 days have been the best experience of my life, despite the obvious! My match with Rhea was something I’ve wanted for a while because, damn that girl is talented (even if she is very moody). Freak accidents happen, it’s part of the job but to hear that she had a killer match with one of the best wrestlers in the world, Io Shirai made my heart swell with happiness.

This is more mentally draining than it is physically but you can guarantee that this isn’t going to keep me down! I have the best friends and support system a girl could ever ask for!

I worked so hard for over a year to be able to compete in this year’s MYC, so you know for a fact, I’m fighting back stronger than ever!

Every message I’ve received tonight on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, text etc has been absolutely overwhelming! The fact that my hospital room was full of people really warms my heart and honestly meant the absolute world to me! I said it before and I’ll say it again, everything happens for a reason, no matter what the extent of the injury is, I’ll be back and I’ll be Shinier than ever.”

In addition, Nox clarified what her injury is through a drawing on her Twitter account. You can find that below.


There is no return time set in place for Nox, but with an injury such as this, one should expect the Superstar to be out for the remainder of this year and quite possibly the first half of 2019.

What are your thoughts after hearing about this injury? Are you a fan of Nox? Sound off in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

Disqus Comments Loading...